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These Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump impersonators will make America great again
Watch ‘Sanders’ and ‘Trump’ duke it out—and form a bond.
I first saw Adomian whip out his Sanders impression at a taping of @midnight in September. After the show, I thought of my friend Anthony Atamanuik’s killer Donald Trump impression, and of how awesome it would be to see the two of them together.
The comedy gods—what kind gods they are!—answered my prayers.
Now you can watch Sanders and Trump duke it out with uncanny accuracy—and, unexpectedly, forge a touching friendship. Sanders details his romantic trips with his wife, telling the audience about how they read Department of Labor statistics to one another. Atamanuik, painted gold, does a spot-on Trump, proudly announcing, “My family’s the tightest, specifically my daughter…I’m marrying my daughter, is what I’m saying.”
If you’re in New York, you can catch Atamanuik as Trump at the UCB Theatre on Friday October 23.
Screengrab via ElectionBastards2016/YouTube
Eve Peyser is a writer and comedian based in New York. She has published bylines in Esquire, the Washington Post, Gizmodo, and GQ, and she works as a staff politics and culture writer at Vice.